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Neutrals versus bold brights: The best golf pullovers and quarter-zips to match your style and stay warm

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There are two very opposite trends in the golf fashion world right now. On one end of the spectrum, neutral colors have been on-trend for a while with beige, brown, gray and other quiet tones having a major moment. These pieces are easy to pair with, create refined outfits and may even be able to help you become a more consistent golfer. The second color trend many golfers choose to express themselves on the golf course is bold, bright, head-turning color palettes that are designed to make a statement. Bright colors started to creep back into the golf fashion world when G/FORE’s colorful golf gloves hit the map in the late 2010s, but the colorful trend is now an unmistakable part of golf fashion, head-to-toe. It’s a bold look that requires a little more thoughtfulness in pairing and layering, but with the right pieces will create a stylish, modern and energizing look your playing partners won’t soon forget.

As early-spring golf rounds start to become more and more feasible for golfers in colder climates, we’ve rounded up the best layering options for both types of golfers—and even a few options that combine the two.